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Spectrum Dance Theater’s Rambunctious
The company’s program, with a new work inspired by the 1966 UT Tower shooting, spoke powerfully to our present moment
Arts Review  November 23, 2016, by Jonelle Seitz
"...Sigh, America – what can our country's artists tell us about ourselves? Spectrum Dance Theater, based in Seattle and headed by revered contemporary choreographer Donald Byrd, joined the top-notch New York-based Aeolus Quartet at the University of Texas for two performances of Byrd's dances to music by American composers. The dances were as varied as the music by Charles Ives, Aaron Copland, Vincent Persichetti, Charles Wuorinen, and Yevgeniy Sharlat..."

UT Faculty Composers: All-stars take the field
A concert of works by Donald Grantham, Russell Pinkston, Bruce Pennycook, Dan Welcher, and Yevgeniy Sharlat will be a veritable home-run derby of music by UT's compositional heavy hitters
Arts Story  March 23, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...Which makes a program featuring music by all of them, to borrow from the national pastime again, the equivalent of an all-star game. And that's just what's on deck at the School of Music this Sunday: Heavy hitters Donald Grantham, Dan Welcher, Russell Pinkston, Bruce Pennycook, and Yevgeniy Sharlat are taking the field, with Grantham's La noche en la isla (winner of the 1979 International Horn Society Composition Prize), Welcher's Meditation and Scherzo (a 1994 piece for oboe and piano) and A Waltz for Paul, Pinkston's Don't Look Now (a 1991 piece for string quartet and tape), Penny-cook's Fastdance (a duet for clarinet and computer), and Sharlat's Divertissement..."

Five Arty Things to Do This Weekend: Oct. 13-15
So much! So good! So much good!
DAILY Arts  October 12, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...5) And, speaking of smart women, is it just us, or does that Yuliya Lanina always seem to be in the middle of the coolest, weirdest things in town? This Saturday at the Museum of Human Achievement, Lanina’s miniature mechanical sculptures inspire a sonic exploration of childhood awe and wonder from composer Yevgeniy Sharlat – as performed, among other pieces, by the vigorous virtuosi of NOW Ensemble and invoke in Fast Forward Austin’s Spare the Rod concert...."

Critics Table Tops at 25
The nominees for the 2016-17 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 22, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Original Composition/Score Have a Good Day, Kathryn Mishell Pancho Villa From a Safe Distance, Graham Reynolds & Lagaritas Tiradas al Sol The Passive-Aggressive’s Guide to Mother Goose, Ross Crean Problems, Rain Nox String Quartet No. 4, Yevgeniy Sharlat Potential, line upon line percussion..."

Austin Creative Alliance Honors 2016
ACA salutes SVT, Byrd, Brooks, Seibert, Willenzik at the ND
DAILY Arts  November 16, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...In their fourth year, the ACA Honors go out to Janet Seibert, the tireless advocate for creative programs in the city's Cultural Arts Division; Lisa Byrd, past director of the African American Cultural Heritage District and of Dance Umbrella; Dewy Brooks, longtime ACA board member and co-founder of ProArts Collective; Bruce Willenzik, the engine behind the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar and the oldest living Arts Commissioner (wink); and groundbreaking (and currently homeless) stage company Salvage Vanguard Theater. As I think you'll agree, there's a lot there to honor. As if that weren't enough, the program promises a bounty of entertainment from One Ounce Opera, comedian Maggie Maye, DJ Orion, Matt Armbruster of Tetractys performing a work for solo cello by Yevgeniy Sharlat, and house band the Invincible Czars, and ACA Director John Riedie (also the emcee for the evening) has been teasing a major announcement that will "impact the community conversation about the decline in affordable space and displacement of arts organizations in Austin."..."

Outside the Bachs
Classical sounds new when Austin artists do the composing
Arts Story  May 1, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...Where does it all come from? Certainly, some credit is due the composition division at the University of Texas' Butler School of Music, where faculty composers Dan Welcher, Donald Grantham, Russell Pinkston, Bruce Pennycook, and Yevgeniy Sharlat have been busily producing their own new music even as they've been training young composers to produce theirs. But Austin wouldn't have half the new classical scene it does without the presence of Graham Reynolds, Peter Stopschinski, and P..."

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